Can stats leaders predict voting leaders through the years?
Picking the postseason and award winners is not easy
Does the count, number of outs or number of runners on base affect how hard pitchers throw?
THT’s soothsayers foretell this year’s standings and award winners.
Going back to the well with reader suggestions
And then there were three…
Why wait until the season’s over to find out baseball’s major award winners when we’ll tell you now?
Verlander’s a shoo-in, but other races are closer.
Brian Matusz’s difficult 2011 season is surely a disappointment, but patience is needed, former Blue Jays can attest.
The Indians needed to flex their muscles this weekend. They did not.
Who has played well and who can sustain it.
Trevor Cahill may not be Oakland’s best starter, but he’s good. He and three other strong arms could be 2011′s difference makers.
The American League is still the better league, but the NL is pushing to close the gap with its stable of aces.
TUCK! brand toons goodness every Monday and Thursday
Cy Young ballots probably won’t include Jered’s name.
TUCK! toons every Thursday and Monday
TUCK! toons every Thursday
As the first week of 2010 begins, Richard rolls back the clock to look at what stories might be news around this same time a century ago.
TUCK! toons right here, every Thursday
There is some brewing discontent over the NL Cy Young vote, as two members of the webby portion of the BBWAA — our friends Keith Law and Will Carroll — did not include Chris Carpenter on their three-man Cy Young ballots. Keith voted Javier Vazquez second (Lincecum first and Wainwright third) and Will voted Wainwright […]